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RESULTS OF THE LAST SIX GENERAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 6 February 1886

RESULTS Of THE LAST SIX GENERALELECTIONS. lTÍnay'be interesting' togivei a statement of the strength of English paitöes to-dày, as cbmpared with1 that at " thé eloise of several preceding general elections 1859. . "liberals '347 |:'."' ' " Conservatives... "' ... " ": 307 ; /' i865. "./ '. \: ; Liberals .'. ,.. "360. . Conservatives... ... .,, .29>$ , 1868.: . . . ??.?.->. i Liberals' ...»'.' ¡... 882' Conservatives'.^ : ; 270 " . '1874. "" / '", ; Liberals ' ' ,',,.' ;./ f 2té;. .' ' !''Conservatives ... ' ' 352 , i:: ''Home Balers '.i'.' '.Sé '?''; ; ,'^;;¡;';'.; '' _ .. ,1880.;!.. 'j".. .'// . . .Vi j. Liberals ¡',....",-j....... ., ...351,.. ; , ^Conservatives'....,. .238 '".., '.'/.'Home Billers ' ... .......; ..ty . ,.. Î ''Ù.., 1865: . - -V ' - :..? " Liberals . :<;....v: ???..idU ..>...< ,;,t ,n-¿oaservatives ... ...i ;!,..» '] <2*9; M*tó«pendents ,j4,;,¡.".. . Home Hulera ... ... 86

Publication Title: Western Mail
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NEWCASTLE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 6 February 1886

NE WCASTLE NOTES. { PEOM Newcastle a correspoKdeufc writes lander date Feb. 1st :-"Atlast-1 am abie to record a visit from the Olei'k of Wwrits, who, I understand has chosen the site for the new school, which, by the by, is very much objected to, not being at all a suit- able building for a hot climate. People here are too good aud submissive, tiley never make a fuss. Another cause of complaint is the road to Clackline which is positively dangerous, having euorinous holes filled with the finest dust. What can the Road Board be thiuking of to allow this ; it is only 7 miles ; surely they have the means and I hope the energy to see to thie at once. On Friday last we had a most enjoyable dramatic aud musi- cal entertainment. The two plays were really well acted, aud the singing was equally good, reflecting the greatest credit upon all concerned. It was, in the cir- cumstances, much to be regretted that the audience was so poor-the pro- ceeds being iu aid of the Clergy "Widows' and Orph...

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Farm and Station. THE FOREST DEVIL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 6 February 1886

THE FOREST DEVIL. ? TO THE EDITOH. SIB,-For the information of your readers I would mention that on one of Mr. Throssells farms a tree extractor known ss the " Forest Devil " has been at work for some months past with the most gratifying results. Indeed the men are engaged in pulling York Gums at the present time, and although the ground is very bard, by cutting away the surface roots and opening; round the side where the tree is to fall, the work is as thorough- ly don« as could be desired. There is no humbug about this statement, while the axe and grab hoe cannot be dispensed with, the " Devil " for once becomes use- ful and renders clearing as easy as it is ever likely to be. Mr. Throssell intends carrying on the work all the summer and any one caring to do so can Bee the "De- vil '* at work every dav. Large gum trees, eighteen to twenty inches in diameter are pulled down in from six to ten minutes from the time the strain is applied. No horse is required, it is worked easily - b...

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HORSES TO BE WATERED BEFORE FED. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 6 February 1886

HORSES1 ÍO Bk WÂÎERÈD BE .;i:oy;.^:>- -»fq&ÈFÉm ?',.!"rl . . li-i.--< I» ? ; Bearing ib minci that the étôuiach of a horse i« small in proportion ' to. ,the sio .«fl^ ,fcà frame; he rehuiros feeding often,.;aj6"d, TÉ 'tVoagn^three times a day .j¿ fh^ent, /our 'V1 :Wmeë^netter.:'IJi^céMman'ben^-'hciÎK» ' ehould drink- before they eat; because, owing tn theioonformation of ¡the horsey water> does not remain in the , stomach, <but ,¡passe« through it into a large intestine called the If* horse'be íed!nrÍ£'1thVlwater passing through the stomach Will bé . likely to carry with it particle» of food, .and thu» "bring about colic. Whatever a. groom may HmyV let a'horse drink just as .much as be likes.T ¡Khe bewatéredfour -timbs * day ho;will never take very much, or too much .to,be.good for him. A horse it must be re- membered, is led on dry, food, and this with tbe¿atrong'Work done ' hy a hunter, always. i HÁrodutiéo: A. )WuriahnR9ft- whînh a. ¿uffimRrtmr...

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UNIFORMITY IN STATION MANAGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 6 February 1886

UNIFORMITY IN STATION MAN- AGEMENT. One of the most serious drawbacks to tho improvement of wool in Queensland (says, the Queenslander) is the constant change^ that takes place in the ownership pf stationsi^"^. or, whet* sheep rans are held by absentee? owners, the still more frequent change o£ managers. There is as great a diversity of opinion amongst owners, and managers, about wool as there are sub-types of the merino. It very frequently happens that a. sheep run on the flocks of which the owner has devoted years of care and study in bring- ing his wool np to a.certain type, which by long experience he had found best suited to the climate and surrounding, passes into ÏoBsessfon of sbme one whose ideal of wool as been formed in Victoria or in a totally different climate to that of pure. The in- evitable result is the introduction into the flocks of a white, silky, and comparatively 'open type of sheep, which, however volcable ia its own habitat, is totally unsuited to the . dry cl...

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OSTRICH FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 6 February 1886

OSTRICH FARMING. , Ostrich farming in South Australia so far hae not been pecuniarily successful, but the troubles that have, caused this non.Buccesa do not appear to be insuperable. JSH r. J. îî.. Angas writing to the Adelaide Observer, which hod been commenting unfavourably upon the enterprise, speaking of his visiting: the farm in company with a gentleman - ex- perienced in ostrich breeding, and states that they found the birds in excellent health, and that his friend Maa greatly im- pressed with the suitability of the climate and country for the industry. The great, mortality which had taken place was at- tributable partly to the bad condition of the birds, which were imported direct from Africa, and partly to the ravages of dogs. ¡Soon1 after entering the paddocks they found a very fine full-grown mf!e bird worth up- wards of £50 hanging dead in the wire fence, and were informed that such acci- dents were of frequent occurrence., .The birds are very shy, and easily frighteDjjjj...

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RUST-PROOF WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 6 February 1886

RUST-PROOF WHEAT. A correspondent of th« Adelaide Observai writes.as follow» with reference to - the -ex hib.its;of wheat at. the Horticultural Show held lately at Port Pirie :-" I have to ho tice an exhibition of * Ward's prolific ¡rust« proof wheat/which -was first obtained bj Mr. James Ward, of Napperby,- from - a ' fen seeds which.were mixed with the. Du Toil wheat distributed by Dr. Sehomburgk Ja 1881. The^resjilt^gftbefirst year's planting was Hb./tKe next" SWb' "The third year produced Ttogf. and. jfcbp, fourth year 233 j bags. Mr. Ward claim» that the wheat is Î proof against the ravages rust ; that al j though that dure pest-may be found on the «talks when the wheat is sown in very raak eohVthe grain willmot bu ¡affected, One of the sheaves ahown by Mr. Ward was grown in rank Boil, and showed unmistakable signs eft mst; while the other was whiterand clean, -but there wai no perceptible difference in the size or Quality of the grain. That gros»n in rank soil was of coursé ta...

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THE INDIAN AND COLONIAL EXHIBITION. WEST AUSTRALIAN COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 6 February 1886

THE INDIAN AND COLONIAL EXHIBITION. WEST AUSTBALIAN COMMISSION. A meeting of the Commission took place in the Legislative Council Chamber, at fonr o'clock on Thursday afternoon. Present His Honor the Chief Justice in the chair, the Hons. A. P. Hensman and J. Forrest, Eev. C. G. Nicolay, Br. Barnett, Messrs. G. Bändelt, W. T. Loton and P. A. Gugeri, and the Secretary Mr. A. F. Thompson. SBCBET&BT'S EEPOET. The Secretary read a report of the work performed by the Commission up to the present date, of whioh the following ÍB a résumé. The timber resources of the colony will be represented by about 100 loads of various kinds of wood, ninety loads of whioh have been already forwarded ; the balance will be despatched by the next outgoing P. & O. steamer. Good specimens of wool have been forwarded from the districts of Albany, Esperance Bay, Toodyay, York, Geraldton, Gascoyne and Roebourne. Should ? the quantity be considered insufficient, the ] Executive Commissioner has be...

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THE GUILDFORD—GREENOUGH RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 6 February 1886

THE GUILDFORD-GREENOUGH RAILWAY. -A The railway scheme which has been identified with the name of Mr. John Wad- dington may now be said to have almost passed the preliminary stages. It will be i remembered that Mr. Waddington pro j posed to the Government some time ago [ to construct a nil way from Guildford i forming a junction there with the East 1 ern Railway- to Geraldton. He asked for terms simitar to tiiose granted to Mr. Hordern for hts line from Beverley to Albany. In September 1884, the Select Committee appointed to consider the proposal decided in its favour and one I sentence of tho report was " Your Com- mittee consider that thc connection of the central districts with Geraldton by means of a railway, is a work of national import- ance which would largely contribute to the welfare and prosperity of the colony.'' The report of the Committee was adopt- ed and it was then left to Mr. John Wad iugton to make the necessary arrange- ments prior to formally signing the ' agreem...

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TERRIBLE SUFFERINGS AT SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 6 February 1886

TERRIBLE SUFFERINGS AT SEA. The sole survivor ol the crew of a trading vessel named the Elibank Castle, who were murdered at the Solomon Islands by the natives in May last, reached Brisbane in December. While the vessel was lying at anchor effecting repairs, and the captain (Rontch) was dealing with the natives, the latter-from 15 to 20 in number-made a sudden attack, killing all but two seamen, David Brown and Hugh Gildie, who conceal ed themselves below after receiving a number of wounds. They remained in the hold until after dark, the attack having taken place in the ?morning. "When they crept from their hiding-place they found two natives still on 'board, and after a brief encounter shot them dead with revolvers. They then slipped the cable and put to sea. Besides the captain, three men and a boy had been tomahawked. Their bodies were sown up in canvas and east overboard. Brown, the survivor, tells the following story :-Gildie and he dressed each other's wounds. Their sufferings...

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THE DEATH OF THE BURMESE GOD. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 6 February 1886

THE DEATH OE THE BURMESE GOD. SINCE tho English occupation the Bur- mese have lost their cherished deity, the white elephant, which after all is a fraud, aud not white at all. The animal died, and there was special application made for the removal of its remains to Manda- lay for interment, a grace wisely refused, aud immediate interment, was order- ed. Before this took place, the sacred beast lay in state, but only for a few hours, and no interference on our behalf took place respecting its ceremonious funeral. The truth about white .dephants is simply this: they are a sort ci Mexican blue, tho result of a skin diseuse. This disease seems peculiar to the males, and bAgius when thc animal is twely^years old. The first indication is a spotaboye tho truuk, which spreads to the inner flap of the ears, aud then over the body» which it takes two years to cover. This change of colour is regarded as a special. mark of Divine "favour, and £10,000 is readily paid by the King, for any fair sp...

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OUTRAGE ON ENGLISH TRAVELLERS IN FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 6 February 1886

OUTRAGE ON ENGLISH TRAVEL- LERS IN FRANCE. . ; : > The subjoined sa.rxa.tiTe, .by .an English : barrister, of outrages; to which he andi his brother , were subjected at the hands ; of' French police, following: sp soon upon a similar affair .at Frankfort, has created a con-' siderable . sensation at home:-"Upon the. 14th of December, accompanied, by my 'brother, I.arrived at Oloron. Station, about, 20 miles from Pali, at a quarter tb 3 in the. afternoon. ' After placing our luggage in a diligence for Pardets, we Tequeèrad the driver \ to keep two placea for us: ' TVe then walked a little way in' advance, until-heine; over-, taken by thediligence wc took our 'seats in ^ the interior and pursued our journey in -Hie' company of a 6ub?oflicer of gendarme's. The. latter put .to us several questions, which : .we answered in - a friendly way, so that -our. surprise waa great when, at Aramitz, a village about seven miles from Oloron, the official asked us to descend, and de- manded ^»nr ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 6 February 1886

MARRIAGE. LIGHT—BARRETT-LENNARD—On the         26th January at St. Matthew's Church, Guildford, by the Rev. G. H. Sweeting, ERNEST EDWARD elder son of GEO. J. LIGHT late of Adelaide, S.A., to ELIZA- BETH (Bessie) eldest daughter of EDWARD   G. BARRETT-LENNARD of St. Leonard's, Guildford. DEATHS. MEARES.—At Carleton House, on January 12, 1886, GEORGIANA S. MEARES, second daughter of the late Capt. Mears, 2nd Life Guards aged 71 years.   McKAY.-At York, on the27th instant. ELIZA, the beloved wife of WILLIAM MCKAY, aged 22 years. Deeply lamented by her sorrowing husband and relatives. The WEST AUSTRALIAN and the WESTERN MAIL can always bc had in Perth at the Office, St. Georges Terrace, or from B. Stein & (Jo., Barrack Street, Jones & Co., Hay Street, and D. Guthrie, Hay Street ; mud in Fremantle from B. Myers cough, High Street ; and in the country towns from the various agente

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 6 February 1886

B. STEIN & CO., Wholesale à Retail BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS, & IMPORTERS OF FANCY GOODS, BARRACK STREET, PERTH. THE Largest Stock of School ' and Prize Books always on hand. B. STEIN & CO. i " Are the largest Importers of Ordinary and Paney Stationery, Account Books and all j kinds of Stationery Sundries. B. STEIN & CO.'S Xmas. Kew Year, Birthday, and other CARDS are unrivalled both foi beauty of seleotion and , low prices. B. STEIN & CO.'S la the only select private Lending Library in the^colony.-. ..,-~ B. STEINYCO.7 Are the Agents Jfor all Colonial :aná^English j Papers and ^la^azines at lowest prices., r. B. STEIN & CO. Are ready to Bupply all Mechanics' Institutes, Reading Booms, and Private,. Libraries with i «very Branch of Literature atLondon Prices. Tomlinson, ptö|ig|i' fë'Cô., ENGINEERS. BÓLLEB, & GIB- BER MAKERS. PHCENIX L IRON AND BR ASS FOUNDERS, PERTS. iHÏJDBAIJLIC SOBEW AND« LE V£K WOOL ANÍ> ¿A¿ , ^ ; - r y PBE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 6 February 1886

THE WESTERN MAIL TS published Weekly, It contains all the News 1 of tiie Week, Tann and Station Beporta, 1 Sporting, Stories, Humour, Ladies' Column, etc. AOEHTS: PEBTH .Mr. -T.G. Molloy AXBAHY ... ' ... ... Mr E Tunney ABTHUE BITES. Messrs t te 6 Pieade T BKTOBCET . 3Ir S S Sewell ? V v SBIMBK) ww ... ... Mr AW Honiton Mr SE Forrest r * Mr. E. Cleveland ---= Mr 8FMoore-'- /' '.5 Mr B A Archdeacon--s Mr J JFordbJim GERALDTON * ... ' MrT W Ströud OBÉltóopcÍE :.. v- ... Mr Edward Gray , . T*«a4oo'Vipro»iti "f AUp5ke K|W^XÉr ¿,¿ yfeg^-Tenngwan, Holme»& Cfojj NEWCASTLE ... " ... MrCfßMonger NORTHAM .., JMr OX Throssel} KOEBOÜEKE O /t. tjJÈr f^íiaorick plfcjí ?VASSE ...» *'..'r ¿"1 "Mr A*t Pries È WiLi.ii.M6 BITER ... Mesan F & C Piesse - YORK* Ï CT.~ ; Mr H J Porloy | ; | j XIOKDONJ Jpor^op &/Gotbli, St. Bride¿ \Stree^ " Xu3gate"Circus " *" " Bates, Hendy and Co 75, Walbrook,, ^-^l£n{jpKS,f|eet)é^trEl JL Ol G. Street, SO, Cornhill « .nmmtesL6}wei>*4J*&...

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Sporting. SPORTING GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 6 February 1886

SPOUTING GOSSIP. (Br VINDEX.) Some of my randers may ask themselvc why Vindex should week after week g on yarning about sporting matters in colony where sport as it exists els* where is practically .unknown. I will te! them. In doing what he eau ia promol mg the practice of health and 6trengtl giving games, any man, I consider, is no only ministering to bis own tastes but h ie at the 'same time doing a service to hi country. The existence of the Britisl Empire in its present colossal proportion ia, I maiutaiu, more dependent upon th spirit that drives our youths to practic football, cricket, ruuning,rowing,and otbe games than upon the wiles of diplomac; or the wisdom of great statesmen Stamp out that spirit and at once thor vanishes into thin air the ghost of Brit ish greatness. Nourish it, encourage il and ne combination of earthly forces, n blunders of politicians will caus tlie vast empire of England eves to totter. Ic is this store of superflou energy which in manhood gets its v...

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THE BODY-BIRDS OF COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 6 February 1886

THE B0DY-BIBD8 OP COURT. . "Eighty-eight whoH he died, that 1B a great age," I eaid. " Tes, indeed. But he was a very «lerer man, was Robert Evana Court, and brewed gcoà beer," my companion answered. "His home-brewed waB known, lam certain, for more than ten miles. You will have heard of his body-birds, sir ? " "His body-birds ?" I exclaimed. *' Yes, to be sure. Robert Evans ,.--Court's body-birds ! " And be looked at me, quiet; to suspect that his Eng- lish was deficient. He had learned it in part from books; and hence the curious mixture I presently noted of Welsh idioms and formal English phrases. It was his light trapiu which #i was being helped on my journey, and his genial chat that was lighten- ing that journey ; which lay through a . part of Carnarvonshire usually tra- j versed only by wool-merchants and Rattle-dealers-a country of upland farm s swept b) the sea-breezes, where j English is not spoken even now by one person in a hundred, and even at inns and post-offices you ...

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Wit and Humour. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 6 February 1886

Average weight of a stupid bor«-General- ly a simple-ton. When ia a policeman like a lover !-When be goes to court. Chimney-sweeping must be an agreeable business, for it soots everybody who tries it. Kan does not always grow wise as be grows old, but always grows old as he grows wise. "No," said she sweetly, " I don't'objeot t» the Bmell of a cigar, it's the smoke I don't like." Every man is born with a mentor. That's his conscience. ' When be gets older he gets a tormentor. That's his wife. "Sir," wrote a tailor to his debtor, " if you will favour me with the amount of my bill, you will oblige me ; if not, I must oblige you -to pay it." Mon-" How many fish have you caught ?" "Oh, I couldn't count 'em." "Why, you haven't any, you little wretch'." "That's why I can't count 'em." A person being asked what was meant by realities of life, answered-"Beal estate, real money, and a real good dinner, none of which can be realised without real hard work." An old man who had been badly hurt ...

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CONTESTS. No. 8, Vol. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 6 February 1886

?-!-: '? 1 ï CONTESTS. J Ko. 8, Toi. 1. "Pk av ADVERTISEMENTS ... I, 2, 3, 8, 9,16, THE NOVXLIST A Stern Chase, Part I, Chaps X,XI ... . 3 THE LADIES' COLUMN Kitchen - Beceipts - Fashions Work Table-Questions-An- swers . , WIT AND HUMOUB THE STOUT TELI.BR The Body-Birds of Court. 6, Medical Keminiscences ; Hope, a True Story of True Love ... 20,! GENERAL NEWS The Land Corporation of Western Australia. The Distribution of FundB Avail- able for Roads and Bridges, 1886-Perth Police Court ... 3 Wreck of the Mira Flores-The Indian and Colonial Exhibition ] The Guildford-ureenongh Bail way-Terrible Sufferings at Sea -A Boyal Impostor - The Death of the Burmese God ... 1 War Balloo ns - Outrage on English Travellers in France West Australian Fire Insurance Company - Newcastle Notes Perth Police Court - Besults of the last six General Elections 2 SPORTING (By " Vindex ") Sporting Gossip - Cricket : M.C.C. V. I'Zingari-Fremantle CC. v. Perth CC - Opera Troupe v. Bunbury 2nd Eleven 1 ODDS AND...

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THE CONSTITUTIONAL QUESTION. [TO THE EDITOR.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 6 February 1886

THE CONSTITUTIONAL QUESTION. I --- TTo THE BDITOB.1 SIR,-I was expecting to see some reply in your issue today to certain remarks which- appeared in your contemporaries yesterday upon your late article regarding the material we at present possess for forming political Ministries under a SVB- , tem of party Government. If you do nott think" it worth your while to notice these" effusions, perhaps you will allow mo to do so. I will not trouble you at any length. I accept the designation ' Constitution- alist ' because it will be equally applicable under another form of Government, being that bestowed upon the great party in Victoria whose organs are the Argus and"the Australasian. What I want to point out is that'the ' Reform9 party here persistently refuse to see the real point made by the Constitutionalists when they argue ¿hat we have hardly as yet, amongst the public men we possess who have had any experience, material enough to form successful Ministries. For instance, ' Reformer ...

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